Digital Graphics



Start date

November 2023




On campus


8 Months


3.050 €

The programmes proposed in the Digital Graphics course make it possible to manage all the phases of producing a graphic design project.

It sets off with basic literacy in the various operative systems and the computer, and then goes on to image digitalisation and processing. The next module is dedicated to a vectorial programme to create titles, brief texts, brands, paths, and illustrations. Finally, the course ends by studying the software to create layouts, prepress, professional printing, and with a creative/design workshop. The Digital Graphics course objectives are: combining the acquisition of digital processing technologies with an in-depth study of design topics, developing students’ independence in producing a graphic layout and ability to coordinate the various phases of the project up to the reproduction and printing process.

Admission requirements: no specific previous preparation is required.
Language: The lessons are held in Italian language; to attend the course, is required a good knowledge of Italian language reading and oral comprehension.


The course is composed by the following modules, which can also be taken separately:
Literacy and Photoshop:Image digitalisation and processing CS6 (Adobe Creative Suite)
Illustrator CS6 (Adobe Creative Suite)
InDesign CS6 (Desk Top Publishing)
Creative workshop (available only to students enrolled in the entire course)


Marina Bonanni

Graphic Designer

Giacomo Cusano

IED Lecturer - Director of Education at Krisalide Institute - Freelance consultant

Giuseppe Di Dio

Enrico Pasqualis

Christian Dellavedova

Davide Sottile

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